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Honor Mission
Roger Dale Vice, Veteran
USN – Vietnam
Norman, Oklahoma – 05-30-20



Roger Dale Vice answered the call to serve his country and enlisted into the United States Navy on November 13, 1969. He served on the USS Cacapon during Vietnam and was honorably discharged on November 4, 1974. Mr. Vice was awarded the National Defense Medal, the Vietnam Service Medal, the Vietnam Campaign Medal, the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal and the Meritorious Unit Citation.  After returning home from the war, Mr. Vice was employed with Southwestern Bell Telephone in Clinton, Oklahoma and Hughes Tool Company where he was the recipient of ‘The Mark of Integrity’ award for outstanding leadership in the Central United States Region.  He later returned to college then began a long career as a counselor with the Department of Human Services with the State of Oklahoma. He retired in 2007.  Roger Vice was an avid outdoorsman enjoying deer hunting and fishing. He shared a special and close relationship with Jesus and was looking forward to being ushered into the presence of God and his loved ones.  Obituary

Staging Time: 11:45 am

Grace Fellowship Church
3201 60th Ave. NW
Norman, Oklahoma 73072

Ride Captain:

Dennis Densond
(405) 830-2392

Special Instructions:

Riders will meet the family in Norman, OK and accompany them to the grave site in Chickasha, OK where the graveside services will be conducted.
Mandatory Briefing: 12:00 p.m.
Riders MUST attend the briefing to ride in the accompaniment.
KSU: Approx. 12:40p.m. when the coach and the family arrive at the church parking lot.
Once the coach and family have arrived, Riders will pull out and lead the procession to Fair Lawn Cemetery in Chickasha for the graveside service. Upon the arrival at the cemetery, Riders will form a Respect Line as the Hero is transferred from the coach to the bier.
PLEASE NOTE: if you choose to attend a mission you are taking full responsibility, knowing you’re putting yourself at risk of exposure to the Covid-19 virus.At the direction of the State Captain, masks MUST be worn during missions from Staging to Dismissal. All participants MUST wear a mask. If not, you will not be allowed to attend the mission.
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
If you have large bike flags, please bring them.
Water WILL NOT be provided, please bring your own.

Submitted By: Ray Gehrig
Position: Oklahoma Ride Captain

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  1. I would like to say Thank you all for taking time to honor my brother, Roger Vice. I consider it a Great Honor to have your support. What a great organization! Again, my sincere Thanks, and I pray for your safety in this and al missions. God be with each and everyone in your service.

  2. Mission Complete: 30 May 2020– SH3 Roger Dale Vice , USN Vietnam Veteran Norman, Chickasha OK.

    On Friday 30 May 2020, there were 19 Patriot Guard Riders on 15 bikes and 2 cages who attended the mission to Honor the Military Service of USN SH3 Roger Dale Vice Vietnam Veteran.

    The briefing was held, followed by a moment of silence for the Blue, Silver, & Gold Star families, POWs and MIAs. A prayer asking comfort for the grieving family, a safe mission and protection for our military personnel engaged in the Global War on Terror was also said.

    The riders staged at The Cross Church in Norman Okla. and waited for the police escort and coach to arrive so we could accompany Mr. Vice and family and friends to Fairview Cemetery in Chickasha Okla. Once at the cemetery we formed a Respect Line as our hero was moved from coach to bier. The preacher gave his sermon and the 2 nephews folded the American flag while a PGR member played Taps.

    With the help of 2 PGR members the RCIC thanked the family for allowing us to be there and presented the 2 nephews and Mr. Vice’s brother with the plaques and framed invocations. This ended our mission.

    Thank you to my fellow PGR for attending this mission. Your presence made a difference to this family. Looking at this family in their hour of mourning, they very much appreciated our presence and made me proud to do the missions that we do.

    Most of all, thank you SH3 Roger Dale Vice for your service to this great nation. Stand down Sir, your watch is over, and you will not be forgotten.

    RCIC: Dennis Denson
    (405) 830-2392

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